Ella Chorazy is a Lecturer and Early Career Researcher in the School of Media and Communication
Ella is an academic advisor, course coordinator and lecturer for the Professional Communication program at RMIT and has taught core subjects in both Melbourne and Singapore.
Ella is currently working on a number of research projects under RMIT's Social Change Enabling Capability Platform, as well as adapting outputs from her PhD thesis "Spin unspun: Unravelling cultural representations and audience understandings of political public relations".
Ella is a Category 2 registered supervisor and is able to supervisor research students at MA and PhD levels. She specialises in qualitative research methods and is interested in supervising research projects in the areas of political communication, public relations, journalism, media studies, popular culture (specifically film, TV, and audiences), and ethics.
- Doctor of Philosophy (Media & Communication), QUT
- Bachelor of Creative Industries (Media & Communication) Honours (first class), QUT
- Bachelor of Creative Industries (Media & Communication) with distinction, QUT
- Bachelor of Business (Public Relations) with distinction, QUT
Ella has worked across various in-house and consultancy roles in marketing, events, project management, stakeholder engagement, strategic communication, and research. She has managed various campaigns, projects, and events for large public institutions, in collaboration with sponsors, industry partners, and other stakeholders.
Ella continues to be involved with industry and is open to consulting opportunities. She is a member of the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA), the International Communications Association (ICA), and the Institute of Professional Editors (IPEd).
1 PhD Current Supervisions
- Research to Evaluate Advocacy Messaging about the Climate Change Election. Funded by: Australian Conservation Foundation - Competitive from (2019 to 2019)